[PDF] Download ☆ All Man : by G.A. Hauser, All Man , G.A. Hauser, All Man Chase Arlington had to relocate for financial reasons from New York City to corn country in Ohio with his German Shepherd mix Mutley Working as a physical therapist at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base Chase thought his skills could be used to serve the men who fought for his country He didn t realize he d miss the rush and glitter of the Big Apple not to mention beChase Arlington ha [PDF] Download ☆ All Man : by G.A. Hauser - All Man , All Man Chase Arlington had to relocate for financial reasons from New York City to corn country in Ohio with his German Shepherd mix Mutley Working as a physical therapist at the Wright Patterson Air Force

  • Title: All Man
  • Author: G.A. Hauser
  • ISBN: 9781606599693
  • Page: 266
  • Format: ebook

[PDF] Download ☆ All Man : by G.A. Hauser [PDF] Download ☆ All Man : by G.A. Hauser - All Man , All Man Chase Arlington had to relocate for financial reasons from New York City to corn country in Ohio with his German Shepherd mix Mutley Working as a physical therapist at the Wright Patterson Air Force

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About "G.A. Hauser"

  1. G.A. Hauser

    About the Author Award winning author G.A Hauser was born in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, USA and attended university in New York City She moved to Seattle, Washington where she worked as a patrol officer with the Seattle Police Department In early 2000 G.A moved to Hertfordshire, England where she began her writing in earnest and published her first book, In the Shadow of Alexander Now a full time writer, G.A has written over eighty novels, including several best sellers of gay fiction GA is also the Executive Producer for her first feature film, CAPITAL GAMES For information on other books by G.A visit the author at her official website authorgahauser G.A has won awards from All Romance eBooks for Best Author 2010, 2009, Best Novel 2008, Mile High, and Best Author 2008, Best Novel 2007, Secrets and Misdemeanors, Best Author 2007 Note from Staff G.A has contacted us requesting for her blog not to be linked to her profile Please do not update RSS feed settings.

481 thoughts on “All Man ”

  1. IT S SOMETHING ALL RIGHT 3.5 5This book was a pretty good read, did not enjoy it as much as the The Wedding Planner, but that book was just awesomeness This one had a pretty intense story line, a bit of politics involving the war, plus the pain of when someone leaves to go and fight a war.It can be oh so devastating.Chase has just moved from the Big Apple because his physical therapy practice was going under He relocates to Ohio to work at an army base This move is becoming very depressing to Ch [...]


  2. Loved this book I m a sucker for insta love in romance and not ashamed to admit it I loved Chase and Gary s fast mutual attraction and how it evolved further I also think ms Hauser did a fantastic job, showing the impending sense of doom How their time together was sweet and at the same time excruciating great And how during the first part of the story it was Gary who comforted Chase and later, after Gary s injury they traded places and Chase was so wonderfully supportive and strong for both of [...]


  3. I noticed that in her last works G.A Hauser has tuned down a bit her bad heroes, making them probably less extreem, while in any case preserving that tad bit of selfishness that makes them unique Enter Chase, physical therapist from New York City who decided to move in farm country to try to save his practice He is working now for the Army, as PT in a base in a small town in Ohio from the bustle hastle of New York City with all the gay opportunities to be forced again in the closet due to the sm [...]


  4. Chase moves from the Big Apple to Ohio.d he s not happy with the pickins Gary and Chase meet at the park, where Gary plays football with his friends, they hit it off immediately and inst love lust ensues.I m not quite sure why Kevin played such a prominite roll in the beginning he was just annoying and did nothing but distract.The parents were typical, Chase s family being very supportive and Gary s not All in all it was a sweet story that got a bit too sappy for me at times.There is a bit of po [...]




  5. This was fine right up until Chase and Gary met for their first date From there, it was like reading about two schoolgirls.It was rather weird, this sudden change.


  6. G A Hauser s All Man is a sweet love story that occurs in the middle of the mid west and unites an Oregon raised Air Force officer with a New York raised physical therapist Chase Arlington has moved to Ohio to work as a physical therapist at Wright Patterson Airbase, but he finds himself increasingly lonely and set apart since he has not found a gay community, let alone a boyfriend He does have Mutley, a dog that features prominently in the story and has several funny scenes in the book.Staff Sa [...]


  7. A love story with very hot sex and drama due to one character going over to Iraq and not being out I suggest reading Leather Boys and Secrets and Misdemeanors before this book in any order as those MC s all make appearances in this book and it s nice to see them again but it s not necessary to reading this book at all.


  8. Even though the plot of the story was very predictable it was a great book I loved that both brothers ended up gay and coming out about the same time I liked hearing about Lyle and David again And loved Muttley.


  9. 4.5 Ravens The book is well written and is or less presented in two parts before Iraq and after The characters are suited to each other and fun to get to know To read this review in its entirety, please visit blackravensreviews p


  10. No surprises in terms of plot Likeable main characters, but so similar that I sometimes lost track of who was who I liked the familial interactions, but the supposed tension between ex boyfriends was amped up way too much for something that was settled so easily And the dog was great.







  11. a little too much of sex for me, but was really hot I loved the second part of the book a lot, and also the writer s take on the war It s pointless.



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